Trump visits Pennsylvania to back Oz in U.S. Senate primary

Trump visits Pennsylvania to back Oz in U.S. Senate primary

Supporters gather at Trump’s rally for Dr. Mehmet Oz on Friday. Justin Sweitzer Looking to further cement his efforts to be seen as the GOP’s kingmaker, former President Donald Trump visited Greensburg Friday night – less than two weeks from the state’s primary election – to stump for his hand-picked candidate in the Republican primary for U.S. Senate, celebrity physician Dr. Mehmet Oz. Trump’s “Save America” rally, which took place at the rain-soaked, muddy Westmoreland Fairgrounds on the Friday night of a weekend-long nor’easter, was the former president’s first visit to Pennsylvania during the midterm election cycle. The event featured plenty of glowing endorsements for Oz, but also served as a forum for Trump to rehash his “greatest hits” from his presidency and lament the results of the 2020 presidential election to a crowd that appeared to be a fraction of the 20,000 attendees promised by organizers. Trump spent nearly an hour and 20 minutes touting his record on everything from the economy to foreign policy – and ripping into President Joe Biden in the process – and hinted at another presidential run in 2024. He also made clear that in his view, Oz represents the best chance for Republicans to hold on to one of Pennsylvania’s two Senate seats in November. “Dr. Oz is a man who truly believes in Make America Great Again, or the MAGA movement. He believes it 100%,” Trump said, noting that Oz has “by far the best chance to win Pennsylvania’s U.S. Senate […]

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